Wednesday, 1 October 2014

Back in the saddle

So I'm back in the saddle after my prolonged absence. Just over 12 months since I last posted, apart from my resent WW1 post of my grandfathers photo. Nothing hobby wise has taken place over the last year, other than some magazine buying and blog watching when time permitted. A big thanks to all the wargaming blogger out there who helped to keep me entertained and informed over what has been a very hard 12 months. But as those Python chaps would say "always look on the bright side" 

So onwards and upwards. I have some projects that were part completed when thing's ground to a holt last September, including my Vietnam SF fire base in 15mm, 10mm Early WW1 and the 2mm scale battle in a box project and also a couple of project that I had yet to mention on the Blog.

The two pictures above are of some working sketches I've done for my first none historical terrain, in-fact you could call it off world terrain. I came across the FUBAR S/F rules on the web, and wanted to create some terrain to use them with. I purchased some Pendraken 10mm SF troops and vehical to use. I was looking to create some free standing terrain pieces which I could use alongside my standard earth bound terrain but to create a very alien off world feeling to fight over.

So the project is Planet FUBAR, more to follow soon.

TTFN Airhead 


ADB said...

Welcome back :-)

PMMDJ said...

Interesting art! Looking forward to seeing what you come up with.

Mark G said...

Nice to have you back. Look forward to seeing what is in the creative pipeline.

J Womack, Esq. said...

Glad to see you back. I hope to see more of your Battle in a Box idea. I thought it was a great idea.

airhead said...

Thanks for the comments chaps, nice to know I've been missed. Lots more posts to come, including Battle in a Box.

All the best


Bush Craft said...

Good to hear you on the airwaves again